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  • Beth’s back as Blues hit 9

    Beth’s back as Blues hit 90

    Beth England (pictured) is back on form as Chelsea Women shot to the top of the league with an overwhelming 9-0 away win at Leicester. In a remarkably one-sided match, the Blues were 3-0 up in just seven minutes, then refused to take their foot off the gas as they pummelled the Foxes and leapfrogged

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  • It’s now Emma’s club!

    It’s now Emma’s club!0

    As Emma Hayes was watching Chelsea Women thrashing Leicester City 7-0 in the 5th Round of the FA Cup (the stadium announcer played the Magnificent Seven theme to celebrate), Roman Abramovich was thrashing out the words of a statement handing her the reins of power! The oligarch ceded stewardship of his club to the trustees

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  • Blues’ time-wasting fails

    Blues’ time-wasting fails0

    The TV monitor shows Reece James’s pain as he limps off after half an hour in a frustrating draw against Brighton    Pics: Trisha Morin   Chelsea tried to time-waste their way to victory against Brighton on Wednesday night… and failed. A stoppage-time equaliser meant that any prospect of chasing down leaders Man City after

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  • Footy in lockdown is surreal

    Footy in lockdown is surreal0

    Talk about contrasts. It was either utter silence or deafening 80s hits at Leicester as Chelsea’s 1-0 win teed up an FA Cup semi against Man U at Wembley. They struggled to get the balance right; the Tannoy messages relayed at full volume, as if competing with 32,000 baying fans. The guy could have whispered

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  • Fan-free footy: the new normal

    Fan-free footy: the new normal0

    Men’s football resumes this month, with Blues fans dividing their interest between FA Cup and Premier League. Looking back to Saturday 21 March seems as far removed from real life as watching scratchy black-and-white First World War footage, but that was the day Chelsea should have travelled to Leicester for a lunchtime FA Cup quarter-final.

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  • Fireworks, then fizzle

    Fireworks, then fizzle0

    Frank Lampard’s return to the Bridge as manager began with fireworks, but by the end it was starting to fizzle out… probably because it’s been an exhausting week and it’s still very early days in a season which promises to be lively. Leicester City – tricky opponents at the best of times with Jamie Vardy’s

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